York High efficiency Furnace leaking water/condensate.

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York High efficiency Furnace leaking water/condensate.

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It's not leaking from the condensate pump, but it seems to be leaking from the pipe that goes into the pump inside the furnace.

Any ideas on what the problem might be?

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pump in the furnace? You need to get into the furnace and see what is leaking.
 
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What do you mean pump in the furnace? I usually find water around the bottom left elbow pipe shown in the picture. I have a feeling that the water is overflowing from the pvc opening on bottom left?
 
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it seems to be leaking from the pipe that goes into the pump inside the furnace.
That is what I was wondering myself. What did you mean by what you wrote?
 
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I meant the pvc pipe that's on the left right above where the corrosion. It goes into the elbow and then the "T" pipe. The pipe is inside the furnace when I close the front panel, that's what I meant by it's inside the furnace. Sorry if it caused misunderstanding.
 
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